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en dictator in 303 (Liv. ix. 43. 25; x. I. 9; cf. Babelon, Monnaies ii. 108, Nos. 17-18). BM. Rep. i. 248, 1848-1852. The day of dedication was 5th August (Fast. Vall. Amit. Ant. Philoc. ad Non. Aug., CIL i². p. 240, 244, 248, 270, 324; Men. Rust. ib. 281; Fast. Ant. ap. NS 1921, 105; Cic. ad Att. iv. I. 4; pro Sest. 131). It was struck by lightning in 276 and 206 B.C. (Oros. iv. 4. I; Liv. xxviii. II. 4; cf. also Obseq. 12, 43 These prodigies chronicled by Obsequens belong respectively to 166 B.C. (lightning), and 104 B.C. (a swarm of bees). ), and burned in the reign of Claudius (Plin. NH xxxv. 19), but afterwards restored, for it was standing in the fourth century (Not. Reg. VI). In it was a statue of Cato, set up by the senate in his honour (Plut. Cat. mai. 19:nao\s th=s (*ygiei/as). The temple of Bubulcus was decorated with frescoes which, in spite of the injuries of 276 and 206 B.C., were preserved until the building was burned in the time of Claudius (Plin. loc. cit.). These fr
848-1852. The day of dedication was 5th August (Fast. Vall. Amit. Ant. Philoc. ad Non. Aug., CIL i². p. 240, 244, 248, 270, 324; Men. Rust. ib. 281; Fast. Ant. ap. NS 1921, 105; Cic. ad Att. iv. I. 4; pro Sest. 131). It was struck by lightning in 276 and 206 B.C. (Oros. iv. 4. I; Liv. xxviii. II. 4; cf. also Obseq. 12, 43 These prodigies chronicled by Obsequens belong respectively to 166 B.C. (lightning), and 104 B.C. (a swarm of bees). ), and burned in the reign of Claudius (Plin. NH xxxv. 19 it was standing in the fourth century (Not. Reg. VI). In it was a statue of Cato, set up by the senate in his honour (Plut. Cat. mai. 19:nao\s th=s (*ygiei/as). The temple of Bubulcus was decorated with frescoes which, in spite of the injuries of 276 and 206 B.C., were preserved until the building was burned in the time of Claudius (Plin. loc. cit.). These frescoes were said to have been painted by a member of the gens Fabia, a C. Fabius who signed his name to his work, and won for himself and
x. 43. 25; x. I. 9; cf. Babelon, Monnaies ii. 108, Nos. 17-18). BM. Rep. i. 248, 1848-1852. The day of dedication was 5th August (Fast. Vall. Amit. Ant. Philoc. ad Non. Aug., CIL i². p. 240, 244, 248, 270, 324; Men. Rust. ib. 281; Fast. Ant. ap. NS 1921, 105; Cic. ad Att. iv. I. 4; pro Sest. 131). It was struck by lightning in 276 and 206 B.C. (Oros. iv. 4. I; Liv. xxviii. II. 4; cf. also Obseq. 12, 43 These prodigies chronicled by Obsequens belong respectively to 166 B.C. (lightning), and 104 B.C. (a swarm of bees). ), and burned in the reign of Claudius (Plin. NH xxxv. 19), but afterwards restored, for it was standing in the fourth century (Not. Reg. VI). In it was a statue of Cato, set up by the senate in his honour (Plut. Cat. mai. 19:nao\s th=s (*ygiei/as). The temple of Bubulcus was decorated with frescoes which, in spite of the injuries of 276 and 206 B.C., were preserved until the building was burned in the time of Claudius (Plin. loc. cit.). These frescoes were said to have b
The day of dedication was 5th August (Fast. Vall. Amit. Ant. Philoc. ad Non. Aug., CIL i². p. 240, 244, 248, 270, 324; Men. Rust. ib. 281; Fast. Ant. ap. NS 1921, 105; Cic. ad Att. iv. I. 4; pro Sest. 131). It was struck by lightning in 276 and 206 B.C. (Oros. iv. 4. I; Liv. xxviii. II. 4; cf. also Obseq. 12, 43 These prodigies chronicled by Obsequens belong respectively to 166 B.C. (lightning), and 104 B.C. (a swarm of bees). ), and burned in the reign of Claudius (Plin. NH xxxv. 19), but afteanding in the fourth century (Not. Reg. VI). In it was a statue of Cato, set up by the senate in his honour (Plut. Cat. mai. 19:nao\s th=s (*ygiei/as). The temple of Bubulcus was decorated with frescoes which, in spite of the injuries of 276 and 206 B.C., were preserved until the building was burned in the time of Claudius (Plin. loc. cit.). These frescoes were said to have been painted by a member of the gens Fabia, a C. Fabius who signed his name to his work, and won for himself and his family
SALUS, AEDES (templum, Not.): a temple on that part of the Quirinal hill that was known as the collis Salutaris (see QUIRINALIS COLLIS). This indicates that the cult was localised here at an early date, but this temple is said to have been vowed in 311 B.C. by C. Junius Bubulcus when consul, begun in his censorship in 306, and dedicated by him when dictator in 303 (Liv. ix. 43. 25; x. I. 9; cf. Babelon, Monnaies ii. 108, Nos. 17-18). BM. Rep. i. 248, 1848-1852. The day of dedication was 5th August (Fast. Vall. Amit. Ant. Philoc. ad Non. Aug., CIL i². p. 240, 244, 248, 270, 324; Men. Rust. ib. 281; Fast. Ant. ap. NS 1921, 105; Cic. ad Att. iv. I. 4; pro Sest. 131). It was struck by lightning in 276 and 206 B.C. (Oros. iv. 4. I; Liv. xxviii. II. 4; cf. also Obseq. 12, 43 These prodigies chronicled by Obsequens belong respectively to 166 B.C. (lightning), and 104 B.C. (a swarm of bees). ), and burned in the reign of Claudius (Plin. NH xxxv. 19), but afterwards restored, for it was st
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Amit. Ant. Philoc. ad Non. Aug., CIL i². p. 240, 244, 248, 270, 324; Men. Rust. ib. 281; Fast. Ant. ap. NS 1921, 105; Cic. ad Att. iv. I. 4; pro Sest. 131). It was struck by lightning in 276 and 206 B.C. (Oros. iv. 4. I; Liv. xxviii. II. 4; cf. also Obseq. 12, 43 These prodigies chronicled by Obsequens belong respectively to 166 B.C. (lightning), and 104 B.C. (a swarm of bees). ), and burned in the reign of Claudius (Plin. NH xxxv. 19), but afterwards restored, for it was standing in the fourth century (Not. Reg. VI). In it was a statue of Cato, set up by the senate in his honour (Plut. Cat. mai. 19:nao\s th=s (*ygiei/as). The temple of Bubulcus was decorated with frescoes which, in spite of the injuries of 276 and 206 B.C., were preserved until the building was burned in the time of Claudius (Plin. loc. cit.). These frescoes were said to have been painted by a member of the gens Fabia, a C. Fabius who signed his name to his work, and won for himself and his family the cognomen Pictor